Free Things to Do in Alofi

Top Free Things to Do in Alofi, Niue

Best Free Things to Do in Alofi

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  • Daniel C
    Hamilton, New Zealand108 contributions
    Easy walk from the road as all tracks here in Niue. Best to have reef shoes. Water so clear and right temperature
    Written March 9, 2020
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  • suzannegae
    christchurch59 contributions
    ... sandy patches all gone ... down to bare rock ... access only for the agile ... snorkelling still an option though ... the stark beauty of this place lives on
    Written February 12, 2020
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  • Sandra R
    Leeston, New Zealand51 contributions
    Not too hard to get too - lovely and cool down there on a hot day. Amazing rock formations. Can be slippery underfoot (reef shoes would be good), and a torch would be handy too.

    Great photos.
    Written November 26, 2019
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  • Susan T
    Tauranga, New Zealand82 contributions
    When in Nuie one thing I wanted to do was to experience a church service. We chose the Ekalesia Church, for no particular reason: perhaps we were simply meant to go there. The pride taken in this building and its congregation was clear to see. And to hear those male voices soar so high was remarkable. An absolutely uplifting and invigorating service.
    Written September 4, 2019
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  • Sandra R
    Leeston, New Zealand51 contributions
    Some interesting history at this site. Great lookout over the west coast and the wharf (particularly when the container ship is in).

    Go and grab a smoothy over the road and sit here and watch the world go by.
    Written November 26, 2019
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  • PAS-Kerikeri
    Kerikeri, New Zealand6 contributions
    We were looking for somewhere to stop for our picnic, this place had the picnic bench and the sculptures were really interesting and quirky so worth a visit.
    Written February 19, 2020
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  • Richard F
    Louisville, KY7,502 contributions
    It is a small but, beautiful island where Captain James Cook decided to land in 1774. There is a sign to mark the spot and you can walk down to see the beach where is was supposed to have actually touched land. Very historical here.
    Written January 2, 2020
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  • Richard F
    Louisville, KY7,502 contributions
    This is a small shopping center located right at the top of the hill from where you come off the cruise ships tender. There is a small phone store where you can purchase internet at a reasonable price to use while on the island.
    Written January 2, 2020
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